Greece: pre-registration required for all arrivals
30/06/2020 12:05

The Greek Government announced

From July 1, when entering Greece by land, sea and air, registration on the website https://travel.gov.gr/#/ is obligatory. The registration must be made at least 48 hours before entry. The QR code, which is issued upon registration, is checked upon entry.

A violation of this obligation will be punished with a fine of 500 Euro.

On the basis of the information provided, a health algorithm calculates whether a test will be carried out on the respective person. The tested person must be placed in quarantine until the test result is available. If the test is positive, the person must go into a 14-day house quarantine. Violation of the quarantine is punishable by a fine of EUR 5,000.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

Your DVKG Team

Cyprus: Pre-registration required for all arrivals
30/06/2020 11:50

Based on the development of the Covid 19 pandemic, the Cypriot government has categorised states in a list, reviews it weekly and adjusts the categorisation if necessary.
Germany is currently in category A and therefore, there are no restrictions for travellers from Germany. Upon arrival in Cyprus, temperature measurements are to be expected and Covid-19 tests can also be carried out - at random - on travellers. In addition, a covid-19 test will be carried out on all passengers on arrival on selected flights. This also applies if a negative test result was presented upon arrival.
In addition, passengers must register online before departure to receive a Cyprus Flight Pass. For this purpose, a questionnaire must be completed online and a far-reaching waiver of liability towards the Republic of Cyprus in respect of COVID-19 disease must be declared. The 'Flight Pass' must be printed out and carried on the flight. Only persons over 65 years of age may fill in the questionnaire by hand, it will be provided at the flight desk.

Entry restrictions continue to apply to travellers coming from Germany who, in the 14 days prior to their arrival in Cyprus, have stayed in a country that does not belong to category A on the list or who, on their journey to Cyprus, have transited through a country that does not belong to category A. In this case, a COVID 19 test must be proved on entry. Depending on where the last 14 days before entry were spent, a two-week post-entry quarantine may also be required.

Entry into the northern part of the island which is not under effective control of the Government of the Republic of Cyprus ("Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus TRNZ") should be possible again from 1 July 2020 for travellers from certain countries, including Germany.

Some crossings over the demarcation line (Green Line) are open again, but only for certain groups and not tourists. A negative COVID-19 test is required for the crossing.

Your DVKG Team

EU notification Sweden: EU notification required from first day of operation
18/06/2020 12:05

The Swedish Work Environment Authority informs:

In order to protect the posted workers, the regulations governing posting have been amended. These will will go live on June 30th 2020:

Best regards

Your DVKG Team

India - Business entries are still possible under special regulations
10/06/2020 12:05

Entry into India:

Furthermore, entry for business purposes (business visas and work visas) is possible. The following regulations apply:

DVKG will assist you with the submission process via the Indian Consulate.

Your DVKG Team

Current options for applying for a visa
27/03/2020 18:05

Hello,

Depending on the destination, the application for a visa is very limited or not possible at all. Please contact the Visa advisor how you can be accompanied when applying.

The most important destinations at a glance:

We will inform you as soon as a visa application is possible again.

Your DVKG team